Cook County demands Kellogg's cough up $2.1 million for allegedly bummed steam heat at SW side plant

By Jonathan Bilyk | Feb 1, 2016

Cook County has served up a demand for more than $2 million to the Kellogg Company, demanding the maker of breakfast cereals, cookies and other foods cough up the money the county says Kellogg owes for more than a decade’s worth of steam heat provided to a Kellogg’s plant on the city’s southwest side, across the street from the Cook County Jail.

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